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to the crash. the incident is still under investigation. >>> mitt romney has come under fire on the campaign trail for his health care law in massachusetts. how did that law really change the way people get health care or pay for it? some answers as sanjay gupta m.d. starts right now. >>> good morning. with super tuesday coming up, mitt romney obviously would like to secure his lead in the republican presidential race. there is a flash point that we're going to be looking at throughout this year on the show, and that's his record as massachusetts governor. especially with regard to the signing of the law that's brought health care to nearly everyone in his state of massachusetts. we know that it ebbs up and downed the government's safety net and put new requirements on businesses and individuals. if that sounds familiar, it's because many call it the model for obama care. although romney himself said he would repeal that law and let each state find its solution. the supreme court is going to hear a case this month on whether the federal law is, in fact, constitutional. if it takes full effec
coming up, mitt romney obviously would like to secure his lead in the republican presidential race. there is a flash point that we're going to be looking at throughout this year on the show, and that's his record as massachusetts governor. especially with regard to the signing of the law that's brought health care to nearly everyone in his state of massachusetts. we know that it ebbs up and downed the government's safety net and put new requirements on businesses and individuals. if that sounds familiar, it's because many call it the model for obama care. although romney himself said he would repeal that law and let each state find its solution. the supreme court is going to hear a case this month on whether the federal law is, in fact, constitutional. if it takes full effect as scheduled in 2014, it might get a sense of how the law might change things if you look at massachusetts. you could do a lot worse if you look at how things have gone there. in her mid 20s jacquelin was working in her parents' restaurants, and like a lot of people her age, she really didn't think she needed
>>> good morning. with super tuesday coming up, mitt romney would like to secure his lead in the republican presidential race. there's a flash point we are going to look at throughout this year on this show. that's his record as massachusetts governor, especially with regard to the signing of the law that's brought health care to nearly everyone in the state of massachusetts. we know it put new requirements on businesses and individuals. if that sounds familiar, it's because many call it the model for obamacare. romney says he would repeal the federal law and let each state find their own solution. the supreme court is going to hear a case on whether the federal law is constitutional. if it takes full effect as scheduled in 2014, you might get a sense of how the law might change things if you look at massachusetts. you could do worse. see how things have gone there. take a look. in her mid-20s, jacqueline was working in her parents restaurant. like a lot of people her age, she didn't think she needed health insurance. it was too expensive anyway. >> it was almost $700 a mo
it the model for obamacare. romney says he would repeal the federal law and let each state find their own solution. the supreme court is going to hear a case on whether the federal law is constitutional. if it takes full effect as scheduled in 2014, you might get a sense of how the law might change things if you look at massachusetts. you could do worse. see how things have gone there. take a look. in her mid-20s, jacqueline was working in her parents restaurant. like a lot of people her age, she didn't think she needed health insurance. it was too expensive anyway. >> it was almost $700 a month. i said i'm going to have to go without it. >> in 2006, governor mitt romney put his name on a health care law. faced with a state requirement to have insurance or face a fine, she signed up. >> how much did it cost you? >> no money. >> you didn't have to pay anything? >> no. >> she was worried about a lump in her breast. she could afford testing. she went. they found something frightening. invasive breast cancer. >> at 27 years old, it doesn't run in your family. your whole life feels like it's c
% oppose it. it's a central issue for the republican candidates including mitt romney, who took a jab at president obama while speaking in rockford, illinois last weekend. >> you know his views on health care, his view is the heavy hand of the government can do better than you can in picking your type of insurance, the kind of coverage you'll have. the kind of procedures you will be entitled to will be decided by government under his plan. if i'm the next president on day one i will stop obamacare in its tracks and get it repealed. >> look closer and you will see people oppose the law for different reasons. 37% say it's too liberal. 14% say it's not liberal enough. recent polls show most people don't know what the law does. why don't we give you a quick reminder. in effect, health plans must provide certain services such as mammograms and no copayments. children without private insurance can stay on their parents plan until they turn 26. to date, 2.5 million have gotten insurance through the provision. the law is closing the donut hole. there is bigger changes that are in store for 20
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